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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/29 13:58:27 (permalink)
Oh my god, Solid Gold. I remember one of the hosts doing "Eye of the Tiger", and thinking how terrible it was.
 
Favorites in our house during the 70's/80's:
Knight Rider
BJ and The Bear
Mutual of Omaha Wild Kingdom
Anything Disney
Sheriff Lobo
Dukes of Hazzard
Greatest American Hero
Quincy
Trapper John, MD
The Odd Couple
All In The Family
Three's Company
The Jeffersons
Diff'rent Strokes
Silver Spoons
 
Saturday mornings were Tom and Jerry, any of the Krofft's shows, Popeye, Voltron, Godzilla, Kung Fu Theater, and any number of locally produced shows.
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/29 14:21:43 (permalink)
Kukla, Fran and Ollie; Broadway Open House with Jerry Lester, Milton Delugg and Dagmar ("I'm a beanbag! I'm a beanbag! A flippity floppity beanbag. Flip. Flop. A skip and a hop. Whenever I'm with you."); Wrestling with Dennis James.
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/29 15:48:37 (permalink)
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Sky King.........how could you not have the hots for Penny........even if she was "an older woman"?
I had a crush on Gale Storm (My Little Margie)
 
 
For some reason I did, too.  And I was only 5.

 and Annette Funicello from the Mickey Mouse Show

 
I was nine then and know the reason, in her case two little "reasons"!
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/29 16:36:36 (permalink)
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Kukla, Fran and Ollie; Broadway Open House with Jerry Lester, Milton Delugg and Dagmar ("I'm a beanbag! I'm a beanbag! A flippity floppity beanbag. Flip. Flop. A skip and a hop. Whenever I'm with you."); Wrestling with Dennis James.

I had to sign in just for this one....
 
WHAT HAS SHE DONE TO OUR BELOVED CRUMUDGEON???? 
 
 

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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/29 18:51:55 (permalink)
I was much too young back then to be a curmudgeon. I was merely a nasty SOB, looking forward to attaining curmudgeonhood.
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/29 21:28:11 (permalink)
I'm with Michael, stuff in that era was good. I watched wrestling circa 1950 because my uncle was a friend of Glorious George who I met a number of times back then. Plus Kukla Fran and Ollie was pretty good!!!
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/29 22:24:12 (permalink)
Fury
Flicka
Our Miss Brooks
Sky King
Space Patrol  (Or was it Space Cadet?)
My Little Margie
Circus Boy
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/29 22:31:42 (permalink)
I forgot CHiPs, how could I have forgotten CHiPs?
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/30 00:37:09 (permalink)
All of the following were in the Detroit market:
Lunch with Soupy / The Soupy Sales Show
Bill Kennedy at the Movies
Rita Bell Prize Movie
George Perot Travel Hour
The Friendly Giant
Woodrow the Woodsman
Big Time Wrestling
Sir Graves Ghastley

 
National market:
Herculoids ... the name might not be familiar but the image may ...

 
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/30 00:41:43 (permalink)
In the Detroit Market in the early 1970's ... the late-night horror movie and comedy show ...
The Ghoul Show

 
("PLUNK YOUR MAGIC TWANGER!")
 
post edited by Sonny Funzio - 2013/05/30 00:48:06
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/30 02:02:52 (permalink)
How did I forget Soupy Sales!?
 
Black Tooth!  Pookie!  White Fang!
 
 
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/30 08:40:49 (permalink)
What a fun thread!
 
I had a crush on the Cisco Kid, Superman, and Perry Como.
 
Besides that I watched Rin Tin Tin, Lassie, Fury, Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse Club, Captain Video, American Bandstand, Twilight Zone, and variety shows like Red Skelton, Ed Sullivan, and Jackie Gleason.
 
As a little kid I went to two shows:  Hoppity Skippity (local to DC), where I had hoped to see real live cartoon characters, and I saw a dress rehearsal of the Ed Sullivan show in NYC. 
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/30 12:28:47 (permalink)
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I'm with Michael, stuff in that era was good. I watched wrestling circa 1950 because my uncle was a friend of Glorious George who I met a number of times back then. Plus Kukla Fran and Ollie was pretty good!!!


That was Gorgeous George. Shame on you.
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/30 12:42:26 (permalink)
Hey Pancho!
 
I also forgot The Cisco Kid.
 
In the Los Angeles wrestling arena we had Magnificent Maurice.  I also loved wrestling and once in awhile got to go see it live with my father.  :)
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/30 13:16:07 (permalink)
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I'm with Michael, stuff in that era was good. I watched wrestling circa 1950 because my uncle was a friend of Glorious George who I met a number of times back then. Plus Kukla Fran and Ollie was pretty good!!!


That was Gorgeous George. Shame on you.

 
You are correct sir! I just noticed my poor spelling this morning and had just now come back to correct it. Thank you!
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/30 13:29:40 (permalink)
I was not allowed to watch much TV as a kid.  My father was a TV repairman and he didn't want to have that "idiot box" on when he got home.  I think on Sundays we watched Lassie and Ed Sullivan.  The highlight of the week was when my parents would go play cards with my aunt and uncle.....but first we had to watch Lawrence Welk. 
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/30 13:41:50 (permalink)
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Fury
Flicka
Our Miss Brooks
Sky King
Space Patrol  (Or was it Space Cadet?)
My Little Margie
Circus Boy

Circus Boy starred a young Mickey Dolenz, later a member of the infamous Monkees. 
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/30 15:05:53 (permalink)
That is correct. 
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/30 15:52:54 (permalink)
I remember listening to Our Miss Brooks on the radio before we got a TV.
Also the Lone Ranger and the Great Gildersleeve.
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/05/31 13:08:09 (permalink)
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I remember listening to Our Miss Brooks on the radio before we got a TV.
Also the Lone Ranger and the Great Gildersleeve.

I lived without TV for a couple years in the early 90's and got used to listening to the radio including replays of old radio shows.  Very enjoyable still.

The Great Gildersleeve was one of those shows.   Harold Peary, aka the Great Gildersleeve is also the host of a number of old Faygo sodapop commercials including the one which plays the Faygo Boat Song from around 1970.
While not a TV show ... still a commercial from my younger years, and a very nostalgic one ...

 

 
post edited by Sonny Funzio - 2013/05/31 13:13:10
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/07/01 22:40:55 (permalink)
Absolutely loved Lost In Space as a kid, and The Twilight Zone.
Cool thing is they are showing again on a local station called ME TV.
 
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/07/02 07:51:56 (permalink)
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All of the following were in the Detroit market:
Lunch with Soupy / The Soupy Sales Show
Bill Kennedy at the Movies
Rita Bell Prize Movie
George Perot Travel Hour
The Friendly Giant
Woodrow the Woodsman
Big Time Wrestling
Sir Graves Ghastley
..
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I always liked when George Pierrot had this guy Stan Midgley as a guest - all his films had him in the mountains of the northwest and up into Canada. Did a lot of bicycling and camping punctuated with a lot of goofy sight gags. He must have been doing it for ages, because some of his films I saw ca. 1970 looked like they were from the '40s.
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Re:Favorite TV shows from your childhood 2013/08/03 13:28:30 (permalink)
Isis
Shazaam
 
Electra Woman and Dyna girl
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